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ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTORY

Major links to information and documents appear on the left. Timely topics are listed below. Please visit individual school sites for school specific information.

 

School Committee Meeting Calendar 2014-2015, click here

School Committee

Welcome & Information Letter 2014

 

The School Committee's next meeting is:

Monday, November 3, 2014

6:30 PM Business Meeting

NHS, Room 118, 241 High St., Newburyport, MA

    Click here for the Agenda (generally available 3 days prior to meeting)

 

Joint Ed Subcommittee Meeting,

November 3, 5:30, NHS, Room 118, AGENDA

 

    Click here to View the

    FY15 Budget Approved by School Committee on April 29, 2014

 

Bus Routes 2014-2015

 

Click on the Links below to view the routes:

Morning Bus Routes 2014-15

Afternoon Bus Routes 2014-15

 

 

APPROVED 2014-2015 SCHOOL CALENDAR

First Day of School for Students:

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014

 

 

 

NEW BRESNAHAN SCHOOL

WELCOME & SLIDE SHOW

Click Below for the:

PowerPoint Show

PDF

 

 

NEWBURYPORT HIGH SCHOOL

New England Association of Schools & Colleges

NEASC

Final Report from the Visiting Team

2013-2014

 

SCHOOL CHOICE

Due to full capacity, School Choice will not be offered at any Grade level for the 2014-2015 school year.

 

 

Superintendent Viccaro's Entry Plan 2-3-14, Click here to view

Entry Plan PowerPoint presented to SChool Committee on 2-3-14

 

For Information on Work Permits & Child Labor Laws Please click on link below:

http://www.mass.gov/ago/doing-business-in-massachusetts/labor-laws-and-public-construction/youth-employment/

 

 

School Councils Information

Click here to be directed to page

 

 

Newburyport High School Accepts International Students through EDUCATIUS

Educatius International focuses on opening the doors of education primarily in the US to students from around the world. We offer high quality education through our wide range of academic programs in both public and private institutions.

For more information:

http://educatius.org/public-high-school/program/

 

HEALTH UPDATES

Medication Protocols for Nurses 2014-2015

School Nurses Page Updates

Click here for more information from the Health Department

 

Newburyport Public Schools

DISTRICT GOALS

District SMART Goal:
By June 2014 all curriculum will be aligned to the standards and articulated in a curriculum map in all content areas at the secondary level (grades 6-8) and in ELA and Math in grades PreK-5.

  1. The Newburyport Public Schools, as a Race to the Top District, will implement the five steps of the Massachusetts Model System for Educator Evaluation with faculty and administrators. (This will occur with the support of meaningful professional development and planning time for faculty and administrators to collaborate as members of a professional learning community.)
  2. The Newburyport Public Schools will collect, analyze, and disseminate a variety of assessment data to measure student growth over time, and to inform practice and instructional decision-making.
  3. All faculty will design daily instruction that is aligned to state and Common Core standards, which will be measured by school, district, and statewide assessments.
  4. All faculty will build strong community relationships by utilizing partnerships, promoting or participating in school/community activities, and using a variety of communication methods for outreach.  
  5. All faculty will use differentiation of instruction, as well as, a tiered instructional model to meet the needs of all learners and to increase student achievement, as measured by state and local assessment.

Building with the MSBA

(Massachusetts School Building Authority)

Click Here for new Bresnahan Model School Building Project Website; or

Nock/Molin Renovation Project Website

MSBA Neighborhood Meeting 1-12-12 PowerPoint

This website is aimed at providing information on the project to the community and will continue to provide updates until we move into the new school.

 

 

Newburyport Public Schools District Technology Plan 2011-2014

Prepared by the
Newburyport Public Schools Technology Team

 

 

2013 Impressions Publication

2012 Impressions Publication

2011 Impressions Publication

 

Policies

Home School Policy

Home School Application

Publication of Student Photos & Images- JRD

Student Photo Restriction Form-JRD-1

 

ma dEPARTMENT OF eLEMENTARY & SECONDAY eDUCATION

DISTRICT Report Card DATA

NCLB DISTRICT DATA AND MCAS SCORE INFO

 

 

Newburyport Public Schools

Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan

voted by the School Committee 12-20-10 & Updated March 2013

Anti-Bullying Policy

Hierarchy of Behaviors & Consequesnces:

G.W. Brown School

Francis T. Bresnahan School

Edward G. Molin Upper Elementary School

Rupert A. Nock Middle School

Newburyport High School

WELLNESS POLICY

 

NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

The Newburyport Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability in admission to, access to, employment in, or treatment in its programs and activities.
The Newburyport Public Schools is committed to maintaining a school environment free of harassment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. Harassment by administrators certified and support personnel, students, vendors and other individuals at school or at school-sponsored events is unlawful and is strictly prohibited. The Newburyport Public Schools requires all employees and students to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner with respect to their fellow employees, students and all members of the school community.

 
 
 

 

 
 

chart2 Welcome to Chartwells School Dining Website, click here for school menus and all your nutrition and school lunch information needs.

Menus page

To pre-pay for lunch program click on link below:

MySchoolBucks.com

 

New: Online Tuition Payments

unigold

Welcome to UniPay Gold, the online payment system for Brown School Kindergarten, Pre-School, and Before School Programs, just click here to be directed to the UniPay Gold, Newburyport website and follow directions.

 

Community Page for Opportunities & Information (click here)

VOLUNTEER PROGRAM REGISTRATION

CORI Application Form

Newburyport SAFIS Fingerprinting Policy

Bresnahan School students enjoy the grand opening celebration of their new cafeteria on Sept. 24. they enjoyed cake and Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt.

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Institution for Savings President and CEO Michael J. Jones, tours the new
Institution for Savings Gymnasium & Performing Arts Center at the new Francis T. Bresnahan Elementary School scheduled to open in the Fall. Pictured L-R: Jay Iannini, NEF President, Susan L. Viccaro, Superintendent of Schools, Jones, and Chris Skiba, NEF Board Member.

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2014 Division 5 Champions, NHS Boys Varsity Indoor Track,

(4th consecutive year )

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Chris Skiba accepts the Rotary donation from Ray Nippes and Cindy Johnson. This gift will be recognized with the naming of the Literacy Specialist Room-B244 in the new Francis T. Bresnahan Elementary School. A naming ceremony will be held in the fall when the school opens and will recognize this gift and others as part of the NEF's donor recognition campaign, Make Your Mark, currently underway.

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MassTEC conference of technology teachers at Fitchburg State University honored NHS teacher, Sarah Leadbeater, with the MassTech teacher of the year award for the state of Massachusetts, on Monday, October 21, 2013. Sarah brought two NHS students to the conference to promote and explain their Sailboat project and competition (robotic sailboat) to other teachers in the state. Congratulations, Sarah!!

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At this year's Massachusetts Foreign Language Association's Fall Conference, NHS teacher, Spencer Wolf, was awarded Massachusetts German Educator of the Year.  This marks the second recognition of Spencer's efforts as a second language educator this year.  Congratulations, Spencer, for your hard work and dedication to our student!

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The Newburyport Education Foundation (NEF) announced Chase and Lunt Insurance donated $15,000 to the current campaign to benefit the Newburyport Public Schools. The gift will be recognized with the naming of the new lobby at the Bresnahan Elementary School.

“Our support of the schools through the NEF is part of our ongoing community involvement, and we are very pleased to contribute to enhancing the learning environment for students,” said Jay Howlett, president, Chase and Lunt Insurance, to Cindy Johnson, of the NEF Board of Directors.

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Myron Moss, Educational Consultant for PTC, Inc. presented a check for $2,500 to Susan Viccaro, Superintendent of the Newburyport Schools. PTC, Inc. or Parametric Technologies Corp., is the 15th largest producer of software in the world, and an industry leader in design software. Newburyport Schools and PTC are in their 13th year of a partnership. The money will be used toward STEM (Science, Technology & Math) education. The Newburyport Public Schools are privileged to partner with PTC and share in their cutting edge technologies. Superintendent Viccaro, on behalf of the Newburyport School district, thanks Parametric Technology Corp. for their continued support.

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